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Tai chi, which originated in China as a martial art, is a mind-body practice in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Tai chi is sometimes referred to as "moving meditation"—practitioners move their bodies slowly, gently, and with awareness, while breathing deeply.
Tai Chi may help overcome cognitive decline in patients receiving chemotherapy

Tai Chi may help overcome cognitive decline in patients receiving chemotherapy

Complementary and alternative health practices show promise for management of pain

Complementary and alternative health practices show promise for management of pain

Tai chi for heart failure patients: It works!

Tai chi for heart failure patients: It works!

Tai chi exercise linked to improved quality of life in CHF patients

Tai chi exercise linked to improved quality of life in CHF patients

Study: Patients with glaucoma experience psychological problems

Study: Patients with glaucoma experience psychological problems

Tai chi, green tea may help reduce inflammatory diseases in postmenopausal women

Tai chi, green tea may help reduce inflammatory diseases in postmenopausal women

Experimental Biology 2011 to be held April 9-13 in Washington, D.C.

Experimental Biology 2011 to be held April 9-13 in Washington, D.C.

People with arthritis can benefit from exercise

People with arthritis can benefit from exercise

Tai chi helps manage depression in older adults

Tai chi helps manage depression in older adults

Interventions for preventing falls in older persons should include an exercise component

Interventions for preventing falls in older persons should include an exercise component

Thirteen myths about arthritis and rheumatic disease

Thirteen myths about arthritis and rheumatic disease

Tai Chi benefits individuals with arthritis

Tai Chi benefits individuals with arthritis

Stress can literally show up on the face

Stress can literally show up on the face

Onlife relocates to larger 55,000-square-foot space in Brentwood

Onlife relocates to larger 55,000-square-foot space in Brentwood

GSA and NAM select journalists for new MetLife Foundation Journalists in Aging Fellows Program

GSA and NAM select journalists for new MetLife Foundation Journalists in Aging Fellows Program

Yoga, Tai Chi effective in treating fibromyalgia

Yoga, Tai Chi effective in treating fibromyalgia

NAMI provides new dimension to Hearts & Minds initiative

NAMI provides new dimension to Hearts & Minds initiative

Johns Hopkins Professor develops ‘CAPABLE’ study to identify solutions on health challenges

Johns Hopkins Professor develops ‘CAPABLE’ study to identify solutions on health challenges

Exercise can ease arthritis pain

Exercise can ease arthritis pain

Taoist Tai Chi internal arts of health celebrates 40 years

Taoist Tai Chi internal arts of health celebrates 40 years